We live in South Florida – where one can pretty much enjoy outside activities, year-round. But the fun revs up in the summertime with sponsored water events, cook-outs, sporting events and more. Along with the fun comes the sun’s beaming rays, and as you look for ways to keep the rays at bay, you should consider using canopy tents, customized with your business brand. AdGraphics is the go-to company for tent graphics in South Florida. Think of it as a blank canvas of branded opportunity.
You Can Feature Your Brand at Various Events with Tent Graphics in South Florida
The tents, of course, can be used inside or outside, the latter providing protection from “rain or shine.” Here’s how it works – you start with a blank canvas and go from there. The possibilities are endless. We customize the tent with your company name, logo, graphics, slogan, colors and other elements you want to add to help boost your brand’s visibility.
Here are some examples of places a canopy tent is used:
- Conventions & tradeshows
- Fashion shows
- Sporting events
- Family reunions
- Wedding receptions
- Flea markets
- Church & school functions
- Picnics & Barbecues
Standard canopy tents are 10’x10’ with aluminum framing. They’re sturdy and durable. Tent graphics is an excellent marketing tool.
AdGraphics offers superior customer service, and our team will work with you on your creative vision. Our talented graphic artists have many years’ experience in large format design and large format printing, and our print quality is the best in the industry. We have a large facility loaded with unlimited materials, equipment, and machinery.
AdGraphics is the leader in Vehicle Wraps for buses, cars, boats, vans, trucks, and aircraft. And we’re one of the very few companies in the world authorized to produce graphics for commercial airlines. We also produce eye-catching banners and billboards and build and design fantastic trade booths of various sizes. Among our loyal clients are Nike, Disney, Royal Caribbean, FedEx, Aveda, BestBuy, AutoNation, Burger King, JetBlue. Shall we go on?